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Re: Rat

LOL, Bonnie!  Think yours is even better.  Love the itsy bitsy
sneeze.  So what did dust ball do when he realized he'd been found? 
Could you catch him easily?

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> From: Bonnie & Bill Morgan <wmorgan972@ameritech.net>
> Great story!  When the kids were small, we had a gerbil named "fuzz
> because he looked like a little dust mop.  Those things are escape
> and sure enough, he got loose.  We looked everywhere and no Fuzz
Ball.  Then
> when the house got very quiet, we heard an itsy bitsy sneeze.  Then
> and another.  We followed those sneezes and sure enough, found Fuzz
> under the water heater.  It seems our furred little friend had a
> allergy!  Every time he got loose from then on, we'd all be very
quiet and
> listen for the sneezes.

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